Parents Association

The Parents Association (PA) at Allen-Stevenson is an integral part of the School community. The PA displays the boys’ artwork throughout the schoolhouse, facilitates the reuse of gently used uniforms, ice skates and helmets, costumes the boys for the annual Gilbert & Sullivan production, helps staff the library, operates a School Store with A-S logoed merchandise, and coordinates the Safety Patrol effort to keep our neighborhood safer during after school hours.
The PA also brings together Allen-Stevenson families at the All School Picnic, Family Ice Skating Party, the International Festival, speaker events, and less formally, at CL+D (Community Life + Diversity) Chats about topics relevant to all our boys and our community. The PA serves the broader NY community through organizing numerous successful drives for school supplies, clothing, food, toys, books and more. The success of the PA is wholly due to the enthusiasm, time and energy of the entire Allen-Stevenson community. 

All parents and guardians of the students at The Allen-Stevenson School are eligible for membership. 

The Executive Committee of the Parents Association is comprised of six officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurers, Class Representatives Coordinator and Communications. Individual parents may involve themselves in the Parents Association by attending the PA meetings, acting as Class Representatives and volunteering as committee and events chairs. 

For more information about volunteering, please contact the PA office at 212-933-5213 or via email at

PA Book Club 2018-19

October 9:  Book 1 Part 1 The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer 
December 14: Book 1 Part 2 The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer and We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Executive Committee 2018-19

Liz Steinberg, President
Audrey Rasch, Vice-President
Christina de Marval, Co-Treasurer
Amy Peck, Logistics Coordinator
Bethan Willis, Class Representatives Coordinator
Mase DeMarco, Communications

Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.